I found this in the drinks section of Albert Heijn. On the two bottles on the left and right: Native American and Asian imagery. While I understand (somewhat painfully) why there would be images of cherry blossoms (common) and pomegranates (less common) on a bottle of green tea, and what-I-suppose-is-Navajo patterns on a bottle of iced peach/lemon tea?
Actually, the word Arizona gives a clue -- it's one of the hottest states in the USA. It also houses a significant Navajo population. When it's hot, people drink iced tea! The link however, is so weak that I would have accepted some attractive images of peaches or lemons instead.
Why are there irrelevant images on bottles of tea?